Twenty Four Trees, Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan.
Photo by Michael Kenna, 2005
This entry was posted on January 29, 2013 by Jay. It was filed under B&W and was tagged with 2005, Abashiri, Art, B&W, Hokkaido, Japan, Landscape, Michael Kenna, Photography, Twenty Four Trees.
Reblogged this on Patricia C Durham and commented:
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This image is beautiful.
Monochromatic use of colour gives simplicity and contrast within the image. The composition is clear and distinct, in even thirds. It seems that a filter that looks like pinkhas been used or applied, which softens the image and gives a sense of warmth despite the cold, stark subject of the image itself.
January 29, 2013 at 15:33
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